US Treasury revenue surged on Thursday, while some fell to the highest level in more than a decade, while the Federal Reserve indicated that US economic growth was on the right track, creating further interest rates.
As expected, the US central bank's monetary policy makers retain key short-term interest rates ranging from 2.00 to 2.25 percent after a two-day meeting. The increase in interest rates is on the way, and the next increase is expected in December and will be the fourth this year.
The two-year yield of the US Treasury, which is most sensitive to Federal policy views, closed to 2,977 percent, the highest level in 10-1 / 2 years after Fed's announcement.
The yields of five-year bonds rose more than three base points to 3.088 percent after touching 3.098 percent, the highest level in 10 years.
The standard 10-year bond yield rose by 2 basis points to 3.234 percent, but remained below seven-and-a-half years high 3.261 percent a month ago during broad sales on bond markets.